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    sink and float experiment in a plastic bottle; found at Chasing Cheerios for The Story About Ping science lesson

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    What Can You Make From Plastic? - Things to Make and Do, Crafts and Activities for Kids - The Crafty Crow

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    Great craft ideas for kids!

  • Ashley Vazquez

    2L Sensory bottle

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